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Raynsford review calls for evidence on review of planning system

Date: 28/6/2017

A review set up by the Town and Country Planning Association to identify how the government can reform the planning system to make it fairer, better resourced and capable of tackling the major challenges which confront the nation has issued a call for evidence; the review is to be chaired by former housing and planning minister and TCPA president Nick Raynsford, and will be assisted by a task force of experts.

Members of the task force include the Planning Officers Society's immediate past president Anna Rose and Finn Williams, the chair of POS NOVUS.

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The members of the Raynsford Review task force are:

  •  Nick Raynsford (Chair of the Taskforce)
  •  Maria Adebowale-Schwarte, founding director, Living Space Project
  •  Julia Foster, managing partner, David Lock Associates
  •  Tom Fyans, interim chief executive, Campaign to Protect Rural England
  •  Kate Henderson, chief executive, TCPA
  •  Lord Kerslake, former head of the civil service, president-elect, LGA and chair, Peabody
  •  Anna Rose, immediate past president, Planning Officers Society and director of growth, economy and culture, Milton Keynes Council
  •  Professor Yvonne Rydin, professor of planning, environment and public policy, University College London's Bartlett School of Planning
  •  Chris Shepley, consultant and former chief planning inspector for England and Wales
  •  William Upton, barrister and secretary of the Planning and Environment Bar Association (PEBA)
  •  Finn Williams, regeneration area manager for North West London, Greater London Authority and founder of public sector planning think-tank POS NOVUS

Further information about the Raynsford Review


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